Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 8, 1960 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 8, 1960
Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN ALIGN EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, AUGUJS1 8,lt«U tine mnift not** ROWAN! SfMfVBf BIO BKft BOLT By loht Ctdten Mofphy JUDD SAXON By Ken BaJd and Jerry Bronfleld . ATWELL, IFTS XXI ANP I HAVf A ABOUT THIS WHICH THf CMAPfWS AMD 1 DON'T Llrt. THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE nJOQliM? /DOVOUMCAW THAT,MOrKR?) KEALLY?// , Ito THBOUGH TRVWfi TO uvc voue ure sou vow By Wilson Scruggs OF COURSE I i/ MOW THEM, THE LAKELANDS AKE iTIMIHfi FOK OIMWCRT AMD I THIK1K IT MOULD BC MtCC IF.VOU MOTM««'» ftltKfti'HIt 0000, LOCK* ftAMC 49 MitTUW 80LT!».' T/tfo Save* Money! ALLEV OOP By V. T. Hamlln RIVETS MO, MOTHtK, YOUI? WU6MTK is DIMIKI6 ALA CART! AinttSCO--AT TH61OOL CAPTAIN EASY W»rtSS AftOUT JAPAN, By Leslie Turner TO INftlCATC TNt KIND OF 'IMCIOIUT* THiWej PLOTT)W«.,,OR THAT THft MEM I POUBT IT NOW! 1'VS JUST HAD WJW THAT OUR CHIE)» SUSPECT GAVE KM MEN THE SlIPl THEY TRAILED MUM TO A MORTUARY AT MIKAWA, AND HAD MOVED CLOSER TO HEAR BITTER, WHEN HE THEY CONTACT ARE INVOLVED »OONER , SWMEO TO 5ENSK THEM, AND VANISHED THRU THE REAR, THiY CAN'T PICK UP US TRAIL ftPlLL THI MAN» WHAT THEY OVERHE SUM By George Slxta 641 THE BERRVS By Carl Grubert THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith AFTER A FASHION, JJLL YOUR FATHER TAUGHT VE WHATVVASTHE HABDEST FftRT TO LEARN? YES, MAMA WOULD LESS TROUBLE PARKING, F THE CURB WASNT SO FAR /WAY ALL THE TIME/ HENRY Thrifty! Easy! So satisfactory! Make your own «IJp-cov- by following our illustrated slep-by-step method. You'll (urn out a most profesisonal- looking job! Slip-cover « chair or sofa' Slep-by-xtep Instructions 841 for a basic cover; six other types. Send 33 cento (coins) lor thl« pattern--add 8 cent* for each pattern for Nrat-clMs Bailing. Send to Alton Telegraph, 66, Needlecraft Dept., P.O. Btt 161. Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, and AddnM. New! New! New! Our I960 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book is ready NOW! Crammed with exciting, unusual, popular designs to crochet, knit, sew, embroider, quilt, weave— fashion*, home furnishings, toys, gifts, 1'azaar hits, ui the book FRER 3 quill patterns. Hurry, send 25 cents for your copy. Week's Setv-thrifty PRINTED PATTERN 4945 sizes 2-10 By Carl Anderson • see «ou> you uoo* on A PO STAMP - cmif OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE PSHAV/. / ~*'X'MANOLDHANO ATCOMSTRUCTIMG WKCE OP A \AllMO SO FtERCB IT ELEPHANT CLIM8IM6 IKitO THE ATBKTTO FtTVOU—- OOT IV ANDTH5R6 • I5WA CIRCUS l»J OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams THAT'S ONE PER MI5 FATHER'S TH BIOBOSSAWHE PUTS TH 1 KIP ON AS WATER BOX SAT'PXS.AU 1 VACATIONS--TO KEEP HIM Off TH' STRUTS AAIMP YOU/ TH 1 STREETS HE LIVES AROUND IS LAMB'S PASTURES COMPARE? WIT DESE HEWOIK9 OKI.' KJBM FtFTV VEAHSTOO 900k) J«*!".'»•» DONALD Dl CK By Walt Disney FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser ["TWIS IS A PUBUC CAMPGROUND/ WEU-CAMP C Junior Editors Quiz on- WOODCRAFT True Life Adventures QUESTION: What do«s "blow a trafT mwn? * • » AN8WKM: The ewrljr AmerloM pioneere vhe M M roidc to follow. Tolettheir frieadflaow vfctok wiy tkey §ooei tbey iroltiied f w " "~ JJ " * * •••*• * BOOTS AND HUB BUUi)lK8 By Edgar MarHu . "bltzM," which eon* from the wonl "bl**oo"i out. Tb« flr.t mw to out UM mwkt tkt v»jr to • "trail * • • JWTO Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Three to mix-match happily every school day. Popnjver-top and skirt are gew-easy. and so gay in plaid or checks with simple, white cotton blouse. . Printed Pattern 4945: Children's Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. Size 6 top. Kkirt l«i yards 54-inch; blouse i» yard 35-inch fabric. Send 50 cenU in coins lor this pattern—add 10 cents for Mich pattern lor llnt-claM mdltnu send lo Anne Adams, cure of Alton Telegraph, 177, P»tt*rn p«pt., 848 w. nth St.. New York v-wi^wrt-i^i^ rau ana winter Pattern Catalog has over MO styles to sew - B ohool, career, hall-sues. Only 35 cents! - t-t W you give a woman driver enough rope, she'll Ue up thejrafflc.)NeA(S) HU. U! NORFUMC. Va. i»-Naney Aiuie Colby is buck at her Jjousewwk with a (tejjree from Ainwicttn University in Washington -. one of the few women to win « degree wider the GI Bill of Hjghts. She is the wile of Robert T S Colby, assudaiU U. S. Attorney ere. Slie Joined the Army after graduating from Penn State Col- ege. served in Korea and met er hiuiuund, then a private. Re- rnjng «lis weui to Amej'kajj far iiuttiler* of arls degree. -

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